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, could this storm shut down america's largest city. millions are told they could lose electricity for up to ten days. >>> the political storm. it's driving thousands to the polls for early voting and causing the campaigns to redo their plans for the all-important stretch run. >>> and tsunami warning. off the west coast. for hawaii. we'll have the latest. >>> hey, good morning. we're watching this developing storm with the hawaii tsunami warning. we'll start here, of course, with the superstorm, which one meteorologist has called part hurricane and part nor'easter. all trouble. look at sandy from space. it's expected to have tropical-force winds that extend out 500 miles from center. >> states of emergency have been declared up and down the east coast. a third of the country is expecting some combination of high wind, rain and snow. >>> take a look at this stastic. 261,000 homes, more than $80 billion in real estate could see storm surge damage if sandy hits shore. >> the big question this morning -- is when and where this megastorm hit land? sam champion has tracking the spot. from batte
overnight. unprecedented walls of water destroy the coastline and slam new york city. so much of the skyline plunged into darkness. a record-breaking loss of power. floodwaters pour into tunnels. hospitals forced to evacuate. >> oh, my goodness. it is an infant. >> now, new dangers. >> never being force to leave, not by water. not by flood, not by sandy, but by fire. >> nine states under a state of emergency right now. all the latest on the catastrophic damage, dramatic rescues and where the storm is headed next. our extreme weather team, live, in the storm zone. "good morning america's" special coverage starts, right now. >>> and good morning to all our viewers in the west. we're coming to you live right now. and lure yooking at the scene overnight in parts of new york city. the fires rage. entire neighborhoods burned up. over 50 homes destroyed. we've got new information pouring in every minute. this storm has been deadly. taken at least 17 lives so far. >> and there are so many scenes of devastation at this hour. from sandy, as we come on the air on the west coast, the damage is still unf
and slam new york city. so much of the skyline plunged into darkness. a record-breaking loss of power. floodwaters pour into tunnels. hospitals forced to evacuate. >> oh, my goodness. it is an infant. >> now, new dangers. >> not by water, not by flood, not by sandy. but by fire. >> nine states under a state of emergency right now. all the latest on the catastrophic damage, dramatic rescues and where the storm is headed next. our extreme weather team, live, in the storm zone. "good morning america's" special coverage starts, right now. >>> and you are lookingt the scene overnight in parts of new york city. fires raging in the floodwaters. dozens of homes destroyed. entire neighborhoods on fire. we have new pieces of information pouring in every minute right now. this storm has taken many lives. at least 16 so far. there's so much devastation. >> it is remarkable, we're seeing these images more and more. and the 7.5 million people are out of power at this hour. the center of the storm, by the way, is over central pennsylvania. and we just got this in. a levee in new jersey was breached
weather team has the latest. >>> bracing for impact. could this storm shut down america's largest city? while power companies are calling in cavalry from out in the hartleyland, millions are told they could lose electricity for up to ten days. >>> the political storm. could sandy tilt the balance for the race to the white house? it's driving thousands to the polls for early voting and causing the campaigns to rejigger their plans for the all-important stretch run. >>> and tsunami warning. magnitude 7.7 earthquake off the west coast, triggers a tsunami warning for hawaii. we'll have the latest. >>> hey, good morning. we're watching this developing story in the hawaii tsunami warning. the threat not completely over. a live report in just a few minutes. >>> we'll start here, of course, with the superstorm, which one meteorologist has called part hurricane and part nor'easter. all trouble. take a look at sandy from space. it's expected to have tropical-force winds that extend out 500 miles om the center. >> states of emergency have been declared up and down the east coast. and it a states
, we are dealing with a bit of flooding, paper mill shutdown at delaney valley road in the city, more flooding on falls road. shutdown right at lake avenue as well as old pimlico road. on main lines, as we check in and look here, at 695, at baltimore national pike road, very, very slick. if you have to head out, be careful. this is what howard county looks like, interstate 70, columbia pike. everything moving along. use precaution as you head out. we have a closure to tell you about. 103 shut down due to flooding at business parkway. arundel county, closures on route 17, route 648. a woman took these pictures, she opened up her apartment window and started taking the photos. >> you have the flooding in the subway system. 1.9million people in the dark across new york. it is a real back up there. they are forced not by water, flood, sandy but by fire. tonight what we seen is ople he people, they are people with a lot of pride to them. they are keeping the pride tonight and going the people i have spoken to said they will rebuild and they will get through this. that was coming from a pro
city, included. new york city, included. long island, as well. and then, we've got that rainfall because you heard a lot about it. at best, locally, some places could top out at a foot or more after this is all said and done. you see the heart of it, at 6 to 12 inches. and it extends back into the eastern great lakes, where you get anywhere from three, four, or even five inches of rain when this is all said and done. so, flooding is going to be a problem. coastal flooding a major issue. and there's snow. i'll have more on that coming up in a couple of minutes. for now, we'll go back to the studio. >> all right, ginger. we'll see you in a few minutes. thank you. >>> meantime, this extremely dangerous superstorm has the potential to shut down new york and other big cities up and down the east coast. emergency officials are scrambling to make sure preparations are in place. and abc's john schriffen has that part of the story from lower manhattan. good morning, john. >> reporter: good morning. we are here in battery park city, in what's now being called zone "a." 375,000 residents ar
some place near atlantic city. there are some bad pictures to see with this storm. the effects have already been devastating. look at this house in rodanthe, north carolina, parts are breaking off and falling into the ocean. north carolina saw more than six inches of rain in the past 24 hours. sandy's winds could be up to 90 miles an hour this afternoon. 24-foot waves off the southern coast of new jersey and 30-foot waves off the carolina coast. the "h.m.s. bounty" was stranded and taking on water. 14 people were rescued from lifeboats and plucked way by jayhawk helicopters. two people are still messing. all of this power and damage, and sandy is still well offshore. what makes sandy special? this time of year, most storms and hurricanes move east out to sea. sandy is moving north and will turn west. the storm is monster sized. clouds stretching over 2,000 miles. tropical storm-force winds more than 1,000 mile. as sandy makes its way up the eastern seaboard, it's colliding with an arctic cold front from the west. sandy is a superstorm. >> this storm is going to be destructive, histo
potential. we're going to see that again today. texas, dallas included here, up through oklahoma city. even kansas city and parts of far western illinois, western wisconsin. this whole region is in a slight risk for isolated tornadoes, that hail, and damaging winds. we'll be watching for that later this afternoon and evening. you want to catch your latest on the abc station near you. until then, i'll have more on the weather and the deep freeze coming up. back to dan. >> ron asked an important question, have you ever played ping-pong with the ball the size of hail? >> think about it. >> nothing to say here. >> by the way, dan, the pronunciation for dog in new york is dog. we're here in new york. >>> good morning, everyone. we begin with the arrests that have been made in connection with the shooting of the courageous pakistani girl that stood up to the taliban. four people have been arrested for the attack on malala yusefzai. she is in stable condition after being shot in the head and neck. >>> and two dozen people on a party boat in san francisco bay had a scare when the boat started sinki
of it there hits parts of new jersey. new york city going to have 60-mile-per-hour to 90-mile-per-hour winds. that's why you have storm surge concerns. this is important to focus in on. six to nine feet in that magenta color. you could have beach erosion, major waves. 10-foot to 20-foot waves, even. and finally, i have to leave you with the rainfall because the rainfall is so important. you've got some coastal flooding. and you add up to a foot locally in some places falling. so, washington, d.c., to even southern parts of new jersey, seeing that red bull's eye of 8 to 12 inches. it's not just rain, either. this whole thing is going to mix in with cold air. and that means, on the backside, it's snow. i'll talk more about that, coming up in the nation's weather. now, back to briana. >> all right, ginger. thank you. we'll see you in a few minutes. >>> meantime, this extremely dangerous superstorm has the potential to shut down new york and other major cities up and down the east coast. emergency officials are scrambling to make sure preparations are in place for whatever happens with this storm in t
amy robach here. amy, hardly anyone out there. this city has braced for the storm. >> that's right. the storm has strengthened to 80 miles per hour overnight. look at all th from the angry ocean. there's abc's matt gutman, he's been wading through it day and night. >> and hurricane sandy is such an unusual storm. a once in a generation event. sam is leading our team coverage from lower manhattan. and, sam, what exactly makes sandy so different and so powerful? >> oh, george, there's a huge list about this storm. but first, let's start with the size of this thing. we're going to show you the 3-d satellite. you're going to see the clouds that stretch from well, really, bermuda all the way up the coastline to hudson bay and canada and beyond the arctic circle. with the 3-d view, you can actually see there's been a little center. we've seen some eye in the storm and then it starts to go away. some people are surprised the storm going north gained a little strength overnight. and it did that because it moved into the warmer waters of the gulf stream. it runs off the eastern seaboard and
cities is to bring opportunities in the inner cities. it's to help people with poverty in the inner cities. to help teach people good discipline, good character. that is civil society. that's what charities and civic groups and churches do, to help one another. make sure they can realize the value of one another? >> and do that by cutting taxes? with a big tax cut? >> those are yours, not mine. >> thank you very much, sir. >> yeah. that was kind of strange. >> reporter: the obama campaign, seeks to mock mitt romney's commitment to eliminate public television. the ad says, quote, mitt romney taking on our enemies, no matter where they nest. george? >> we've not seen the end of that. jake, thank you very much. the v.p. candidates joe biden and paul ryan go at it this thursday, at 9:00 eastern, 6:00 pacific. >>> let's go to josh and the other top stories. >> good morning, all of you. we're going to begin with new information on the growing meningitis outbreak. this morning, the cdc now confirms eight deaths out of 105 cases, those cases spread across the nine states that you see highli
and this town could blow. this morning, new jersey's seaside heights, the city synonymous with summer fun, is now a city completely submerged. from the air, destruction as far as the eye can see. fires smoldering. some still burning even after the worst winds had passed. entire lots of homes gone. the entrance to the city, underwater. boats that withstood the powerful winds, stacked like cars in a junkyard. this is incredible. on the ground, the damage is devastating. how are you doing now? you got food? you got what you need? >> yeah. >> reporter: floodwaters stranding homeowners who didn't take the warning seriously. why would you stay? >> i think -- first of all, didn't think it was going to be this severe. >> reporter: what was once an east coast summer staple, recently made even more popular by mtv's reality show "jersey shore," will never be the same. the boardwalk demolished. its remains tossed like kindling. when you look at this, what do you think? >> total devastation everywhere. >> reporter: the famous fun town amusement pier, now scattered on the shoreline. a merry-go-round, b
at oklahoma city at 83. kansas city at 81. when the front sweeps in, it will drop the temperatures 10 and 20 degrees. look at the big board. even the west coast. >> utah, salt lake city, first snow of the season. we'll show you pictures in the next half hour. >> thank you. >>> coming up, meet the real-life home alone girl, the brave 10-year-old who foiled a home invasion with a dramatic 911 call. >>> and can you imagine ross and rachel not ending up together? the creator behind "friends" reveals how one of television's most beloved couples almost didn't make it. >>> and these parents getting payback when their daughter misbehaves. why it's stirring so much debate right now. >>> and one of the biggest weddings of the year. justin and jessica, brand-new photos. a lot of details, coming up. [ male announcer ] we're all on a journey to financial independence. ♪ whether you're just beginning the journey... ♪ ...starting a family... ♪ ...or entering a new chapter of your life. while the journey is yours, pacific life can help you protect and grow the assets you'll need along the way. to lear
claiborne. good morning to you, sir. >> good morning, dan and bianna. breaking news from new york city. five terror suspects extradited from britain are on new york soil. the men arrived in new york city early this morning. two will be in court later today in connecticut. the best known of them is able hamza al masri. he is charged for trying to set up a training camp in oregon. >>> and we have breaking news out of the vatican, that scandal that rocked the vatican. pope benedict's butler convicted this morning of stealing the pope's private documents and leaking them to a journalist. lama hasan joins us with all of the details from london. good morning, lama. >> reporter: good morning to you, ron. today, the three judges presiding over this case took just an hour and ten minutes in deliberations. and the verdict, guilty of theft. now, the pope's butler, paolo gabriele, has been sentenced to one year and six months in an italian prison. that's less than was expected, which was a sentence of four years. when the sentence was read, he showed no emotion. the pope's butler had been arrested in ma
, they're going for romney. but the tampa paper says obama. salt lake city, going for obama instead of romney. it's a close race as we get down to the last couple of weeks. >> david, thank you. >>> for more on this, let's go to senior columnist for "newsweek" and "the bailey beast," john avlon. thanks for coming in, john. >> good morning, guys. >> how likely is a repeat of the 2000 election? how damaging would it be for the country, given how polarized it's become? >> it would be tough because of course it would compound all of the polarization that's in our politics right now. as we know, we've been there before. and this is really premature. it is possible. it is still too soon to say. it's likely. but what we can say for certain, is this is tight. this is a photo finish we're heading to. the poll's all over the place. and it's down to the key battleground states. >> not premature to talk about monday night's debates. it's striking how impactful the debates have been this year. tens of millions of viewers. you can see the debate performances impacts in the polls shortly thereafter
is remarkable. 15 in sioux city, 6 in laramie. in dallas, highs getting into the 50s. this is a real reach for this deep cold air. and it starts to swing east. it's not just the middle of the country and the great lakes that will be feeling those temperatures over the next couple of days, we're moderating that but the chill under way now. take a look at the number of states -- 2206 them under frost and freeze advisories. it's an early punch of cold air. and this may be the pattern for the winter that we're mild in general but get these really deep pushes of cold air. but we'll talk more of that as we get to america's weather in just a minute. >> a lot of cold. congratulations, sam, great news. >> thank you. >>> and to the white house now, 29 days to go. it's "your voice your vote" and mitt romney is heading into the week with a head of steam from the debate. abc's david muir is here with the latest from the campaign trail. good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning, george. as you know, both campaigns eagerly awaiting polls in those crucial battleground states this week to get real sen
's rapid city, south dakota. in nebraska, 73 miles per hour. but you have to see the pictures. we start with what it looked like on the road. you couldn't see anything. so, the wind blows all that dry, dry dust that's been out there from all the drought. and that's what you get. you get a 30-car pileup in some places. dozens of injuries and accidents. this was not a good day in parts of the plains and midwest. of course, all those accidents, now, starting to get cleaned up. and you're wondering, what's happening next as far as weather goes? where does the wind go? it goes to the east, of course. this is who's going to have it. anywhere from parts of north dakota all the way to nashville. not quite as heavy in the wind department. but still, very windy. something to be aware of on the east/west roads. george, let's head back to you. i'll have coming up a winter outlook. you won't want to miss it. >> oh, okay, ginger. thanks very much. >>> a race for the white house now. and new polls are giving each candidate good news. as romney opens up his biggest lead in a gallup poll. but obama stay
, there is nothing to get in your way, as you head downtown. watchout for a crash in the city on falls road at old pimlico road. >>> more news and weather coming up in a few moments. back to new york for good morning america. more news on abc2news.com, have a great day. with over 200 varieties, keurig makes brewing a delicious cup of coffee simple. how does it brew such great coffee? well... inside the brewer are these green fields of coffee, and if you travel up this mountain, there's this huge coffee grinder. and then the coffee lands in this cup and water rushes through. actually, i just press this button. brew what you love, simply. keurig. >>> oh. isn't she so happy? >> i just got verklempt. >> jennifer aniston tearing up when she talks about her engagement for the first time with chelsea handler. there he is, justin theroux. good morning, everyone. robin recovering from a bone marrow transplant. great to have elizabeth vargas here. >> we wanted to -- >> channel red. >> presidential debate day. >> and i'm red right between. >> thank you, george. accessorizing. >>> we're going to have in this
, prosecutors are seeking an indictment against her husband, george, a las vegas city firefighter and west point graduate, saying he was the mastermind behind the gruesome attack. accusing him of offering this homeless man, $20,000 of beating his once-beautiful bride to death. >> the minute i heard the way she had died, i knew he had something to do with it. >> reporter: and this morning, her closest friends are breaking their silence. telling "gma" her husband was an abusive husband. >> he was known for being controlling of her. and this is a case of him trying to control her. >> one of those, if i can't have her, nobody else can. >> reporter: police say the evidence speaks for itself. the details of the alleged murder plot read like a crime novel. investigators say george was in constant contact with this homeless man, noel stevens, calling him 86 times in september. the two exchanged phone calls in the moments before police believe shanna was murdered. police say they obtained surveillance video of the two men walking out of a hardware store together. overnight, stevens' attorney refused to c
cold air makes a little bit of a push here. detroit, boston, new york city. watch the numbers in the next couple of days. quick look at the big board there. a quick look at your big board there. >>> and coming up on "gma," the latest twist in the tennis umpire murder case. she passed a lie detector test. now her family is speaking out. dan and nancy are here live to weigh in. >>> plus, tangling with tigers. would you let your children swim with them? the video making a huge splash right now. ♪ [ male announcer ] navigating your future can be daunting without a financial plan. at pacific life, we can give you the tools to help you achieve financial independence. for more than 140 years, pacific life has assisted families and businesses in meeting their goals, even in uncertain economic times. let us help protect the things that you work so hard for. to find out how, visit pacificlife.com. ♪ we put our name on it. at jcp shop you'll find well-made clothes that stand on their own and mix with your favorites. building blocks of style at amazing prices. and only at jcp. went ho
, a catholic fund-raiser in new york city. they were armed with zingers, to promote laughs, not score political points. >> in less than three weeks, voters in states like ohio, virginia and florida, will decide this incredibly important election. which begs the question, what are we doing here? >> nice to finally relax and to wear what ann and i wear around the house. >> reporter: part-host/part-standup, the event at the waldorf astoria, boast new york's creme de la creme. >> i was well-rested after the nice, long nap i had in the first debate. >> you have to wonder what he's thinking. so little time. so much to redistribute. >> sometimes it feels like this race has been going on forever. but paul ryan assured me we were only running for 2:57 minutes. >> it's nice to have someone in our corner that we can lean on. i have my beautiful wife, ann. he has bill clinton. >> reporter: while in manhattan, the president dropped by the set of "the daily show," to mix it up with jon stewart. >> we have been speaking, now, for a good 12 to 14 minutes. and i am curious. how many e-mails during that time do
in the mountains of vermont and new hampshire as well. 30 degrees in tulsa is remarkable. 15 in sioux city, 6 in laramie. highs getting into the 50s. this is a real reach for this deep cold air. and it starts to swing east. it's not just the middle of the country add the great lakes that will be feeling those temperatures over the next couple of days, we're moderating that but the chill under way now. it's an earth punch of cold air and this may be the pattern for the winter that we're mild in general but get these really deep pushes of cold air. but we'll talk more of that as we get to america's in just a minute. >> a lot of cold. >>> and to the white house now, 29 days to go. it's "your voice your vote" and mitt romney is ahead wh steam in the debate. abc's david muir is here with the latest. >> both campaigns eagerly awaiting polls in those crucial battleground states of who is ahead after the political whiplash. the president lifted with that unemployment rate, now below 8%. even the president overnight reviewing his own debate performance. >> reporter: 3red obama on the west coast overni
temperatures across the nation. d.c. 78 today. raleigh, at 81. 84 in oklahoma city. memphis, about 82 degrees. nice, warm, dry. doesn't feel like october. but it will. we'll show you cooler air. >> by the way, that tuesday trivia was brought to you by walmart. amy, george, josh? >> sam, thanks so much. >>> coming up on "gma," kennedy family drama. maternity nurses testifying in court that rfk's son twisted their arms and kicked them to the floor, trying to step them from leaving with his baby. we'll have the latest on this high-profile trial. >>> an explosive battle could be ahead for britney spears. her former manager is going to take the stand today. is he going to expose family secrets? >>> plus, a blockbuster concert event. we can hear them screaming inside. look at them. thousands of them. taylor swift, taking over times square. we can't wait. >> don't have to wait too much longer. taylor swift, singing all kinds of songs from the new album, "red." a department store counter to treat your toughest skin concerns? join the counter revolution and switch to olay pro-x to see results in 28 d
two dozen states this morning. amarillo even, 37 degrees, wichita is 36. kansas city, right above the freezing mark. now, what happens is we look for today's highs, and that's where you'll really feel the difference from yesterday, places like dallas, almost 30 degrees below average, they're at 55. they should be or average is 81. atlanta, not even 70 today. so the cold has really settled in, and it's going to stick around for tomorrow morning, so as everyone goes back to work and school, look at the numbers, omaha, just above freezing there. jackson, mississippi, only in the mid-40s. wait till you see the full forecast going into the week. i'll have this all coming up and a full look at the nation's weather too in just a couple of minutes. back to dan. >> thank you, ginger. >>> t-minus 30 days until the election and this morning an eye-popping number. president obama announced he has raised nearly a billion dollars in campaign cash. meanwhile, mitt romney riding his post-debate momentum into a must-win state for him, florida, it's "your voice, your vote," and abc's david kerley i
a bit to the east. billings, rapid city, kansas city, oklahoma city, to dallas, all getting strong wind gusts. up to about 80 miles per hour. here's where the strong storms will line up. there's one zone around memphis, outside of memphis to jackson, that could see a tornado or two pop up in this zone. these are strong storms to keep an eye on. >> in the next half hour, we'll talk northeastern chill. but it does warm up nicely as the day goes on. everybody? >> thank you, sam. >>> coming up on "gma," a murder for hire. an undercover hollywood hitwoman accused of killing an aspiring actress. why she's nicknamed the female james bond. >>> and the bombshell twist in the zumba prostitution scandal. prominent people on the client list are revealed. and the man accused of booking the clients speaks out. >>> and what demi moore is saying about these photos, very public pda. from another store? you know it! let's put it to the test. butterfinger! nestle crunch! baby ruth! oh my gosh, i love candy! and if you find a lower advertised price, they'll match it at the register. that means i can buy mo
week. and my sisters plan to come to new york city for that milestone in my journey. i truly feel and thank you for your love, prayers and good wishes. and i return it to you ten-fold. light, love, power, presence, xo. xo right back at you, robin. >> that was great. >> it is great news. our fingers are crossed. you can go to goodmorningamerica.com/robin for the latest on her journey. >>> with that, sam, how about weather and a smile? >> people on twitter this morning are asking, if we get a group together and have a team robin picture, what do we do with it? just tweet it to "gma." we'll make sure we get it on our facebook page or on tv, some place where people will see it. if you want to do that, go ahead and do it. >> and bonus points if you do it in froggy slippers. >> we have incredible stuff going on in denver this morning. when you wake up, we have early-morning pictures of a good hit of snow. about a week, a little more than a week early there. and we had a bigger hit coming on out of minnesota this morning. and that is the earliest this much snow in minnesota. so, we've go
at least a billion dollars in damage. >> all of the biggest cities on the east coast. let's get right to sam, leading the coverage for our extreme weather team. >> good morning, george. we want to give people a couple of days to get ready for this storm on the eastern seaboard. that's why we're talking about it so much right now. take a look at the canopy of clouds right here. about 2,000 miles across. that's unbelievable when you look at the size of the storm. but zoom into where actually the storm is, and that's what we're talking about. that's sandy right noi. the hurricane center has it crawling up the seaboard. then speeds up from saturday on. and this is new information. makes a turn. looks like by monday it's going out to the atlantic, but hooks in, making a turn somewhere between washington, d.c., and new york city. most likely in the delmarva peninsula, in the south jersey area. that turns the storm -- for the first time, we get kind of a hybrid storm turning into the coastline. we're talking about sandy getting hit with an arctic blast of air at the same time. extra infusion
patrol. the taliban is claiming responsibilities. >>> and terrorists taking control of city, the keys went up for sale online. a new york post reporter bought a set for $150. the keys are meant for firefighters and can be used for locked subway stations. cut power and paralyze elevators in skyscrapers. >>> meanwhile, new information about gas prices overnight. they are coming down but not as quickly as we all hoped. the safrg stands at $3.78 per gallon. down 3 cents from last week. aaa says it will likely be november before we can see any anything drop in prices. >>> and one of the country's busiest roadway, the 405 through los angeles has reopened this morning after what was called carmageddon two. le freeways had to be closed so crews could tear down that bridge spanning. and a large part of the bridge came crashing down unexpectedly on a hillside below, no one was hurt, in fact, they opened the freeway ahead of schedule. >>> meanwhile, overseas, winds topping 100 miles per hour. in japan, look what it does to that car. picks it up and throws it like a toy all the way across that pa
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